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entertainment excluded on the transfers? >> that is going to mostly driven locally. most of the conditions you'll ever see on an abc license are because we rely, to a great extent, on the police department and local officials to determine what is best for their communities. i'm not trying to pin this on you guys or blame you guys, but we do try to work with you. we do not tend to want to overrule the police department very often. now that said, i get a fair number of petitions and appeals to me. typically, they are from the neighbors. i want to see that there is actually a practical problem posed -- that the condition is there to solve, not that this is the way the things have been or maybe there's someone who is satisfied by what is potentially wrought by having live entertainment. it is always a case by case. generally, very deferential -- i am very deferential to the removal of conditions that do not appear to be solving any problems, and by removing them we are narghile posing any problems that we cannot then thereafter solved. >> director apple smith, thank you for coming. i represent abo
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facing san francisco? >> right now, there are so many people out of work the local hiring and jobs and creation of new jobs, whether it is in a high-tech economy with twitter and other types of work force issues moving forward and businesses moving forward to creation of construction that local residents have a good shot at jobs. the john avalos local hiring measure was important in making sure we get residents, but even in my district, there are pockets of poverty and many people out of work. supporting those unemployed and underemployed people, supporting struggling small businesses in a difficult economy, and i support the small businesses versus more chain stores that seem to be coming into the store fronts, but i try to be sympathetic to local businesses because they make up the diversity of our local neighborhoods. those are some of the challenges that face our businesses. >> are there other issues specific to your district? how do you balance the needs of the issues in your district against the needs of the city as a whole? >> i know that our district has a higher proportion
situation and local economy, and to highlight all of the great work that we can do together to ensure that the sectors that you all represent, the sectors that you work for, that you employ people for connaught is one of the greatest sectors in san francisco. i hope we will take the opportunity of the america's cup to showcase our clubs, our restaurants, our nightlife events. as someone who represents the broadaway neighborhood, an area of town that i used to spend a lot of time in when i was in my 20's -- but actually, very few locals take the time to head to the beach on broadway. our neighborhoods are coming together to say that broadway is open to the rest of the world as well as san francisco. i want to put san francisco back on the map when it comes to music. to make sure that we have the type of entertainment that we used to be renowned for. and those of you that work in our bars and clubs, i want to make sure that we are trading the kind of destinations that we look forward to spending time with you. i know on behalf of my colleagues, we look forward to working with you in a v
for supervisor? >> san franciscans are incredibly interested in their city government, local politics, and making sure that we remain the most amazing city in the world. i learned that san franciscans during campaign read everything they are sent in the mail. they love to meet the candidates and engage in conversations with them. i learned how important it is to build bridges between different communities, particularly communities of diversity that we have. i was incredibly honored to have been elected in november of 2008. >> where do you place yourself on the political spectrum? >> i consider myself someone who shares the progressive values that many sentences can hold dear. we have been a beacon to the rest of the world region that many sentences skins hold dear. we have been a beacon to the rest of the world for those. >> you are president of the board. describe the role of the opposition and the responsibilities that come with being the president of the board of supervisors. >> as president, i preside over the weekly meetings we have tuesday at 2:00 here in the chamber. i also determine which
... is question seven. >> live. local. late-breaking. this is wbal-tv 11 news at 5 with stan stovall and donna hamilton, or insta-weather + forecast with tom tasselmyer, and sky team 11 covering breaking news relive. wbal-tv 11 news at 5 continues now. >> she fled following allegations she abuse of elderly nursing-home patient. tonight, she's back in baltimore city. she is facing abuse of a vulnerable adults and other charges. >> of starting with the release of a disturbing video that had been set up by the victim's daughter. barry simms joins us live from mitchell courthouse downtown. >> the original trial was set to begin in august 2007, but she had disappeared. now, after pleading not guilty, her trial will begin in december. >> when jackie taylor said those words, she wondered if the woman accused would ever face charges. five years later, she will go before a judge in baltimore city courtroom. what she sat in my dining room every day and supposedly read the bible. >> this led to a grand jury indictment accusing her of abusing a vulnerable adults, assault, reckless endangerment. she is cha
be able to work right now. we'll have to find a place locally. >> reporter: the restaurant owner was out of town. his brother called them tell him one of the squat and gobbles had -- called him to tell him that one of the squat and gobbles had gone up in flames. >> reporter: and much of west portal was shut down. these businesses will not be able to open in quite sometime. there's upwards in $4 million. the fire blocked through muni lines for hours. >> it's really frustrating. >> reporter: two firefighters were treated for minor injuries. spoke inhalation and elva lated carbon monoxide levels. luckily -- em la vateed vate -- el la vateed carbon monoxide levels -- elevated carbon monoxide levels. tara moriarty, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> coming up in 10 minutes the major fire in the south bay. it was dangerous to fight not only because of the flames but also because of what was inside of that house. >>> much of the bay area woke up to light rain and cloudy skies. let's take you outside to emeryville. you can see the gray skies are still there. it's clearing in a few places across the bay a
guyana, que ya esta eliminada jugara de local en houston contra mexico que ya esta clasificado al exagonal. la selecciÓn de antigua y barbuda recibe a estados unidos que va con dos bajas importantes, landon donovan quedo fuera por la lesion en la rodilla y el mediocampista brek shea, el tecnico jurgen klinsmann no llamo mas jugadores. en el estadio monumental cuscatlan sera el partido que la fifa le ha llamado de alto riesgo, el salvador recibe a costa rica, una victoria de cualquier selecciÓn podria quedar mas que claro que seria el siguiente clasificado al exagonal donde mexico ya esta. el partido de ida en san jose empataron 2-2. la selecciÓn de canada en casa recibe a cuba que ya esta fuera de toda posibilidad de clasificar. en el estadio mateo flores, la selecciÓn de guatemala tiene un difi Ícil compromiso ante jamaica., otro de los partidos que podria marcar la diferencia para una posible clasificacion al exagonal, el primer enfrentamiento fue victoria para los caribeÑos 2-1. en el estadio romel fernandez, la selecciÓn de panama que esta en buena posiciÓn en la ta
incident at a local school yesterday. two male students are charged with handgun violations after one brought ammunition to school at deer park middle school. the student got the gun from home. it was only the ammo he brought to school. >> he brought the weapon to a location, about a quarter of a mile away from the school. he displayed that went to he displ1b&hvá)hand then took t weapon b hid it, on a piece of private property, went to the building, had ammunition in the pocket. another child, went to an administrator or teacher. >> there is no indication that the boys had any plan to harm students or staff at the school. the gun was legally registered and secured with a gun lock. now in this case, the gun never made to it school, and was locked but to prevent more scares and keep children safe, the baltimore county police department is urging people to keep the guns locked up. if you live in baltimore, visit any precinct and get up to 3 free gun locks, the police foundation donated $5000 to fund this program. for. >>> the baltimore blast want to score a goal against bullying tool. t
. rummies seized on this earlier today accusing biden of doubling down on the nile. >> locally come a new television ads supporting expanded gambling targeting voters in baltimore. and implies that a question 7 does not pass that a casino may not open in baltimore city. we asked david collins to look into the claim and he joins us with our own fact check. >> the last line of the tv ad got our attention. the general manager of the new baltimore city casinos as we are ready to build here and all that has to happen as question 7. >> we are ready to build right here. we are ready and it's real. all that has to happen as question 7. >> this claim is misleading. the casino will operate regardless of the outcome. they awarded caesars entertainment group a license over the summer and they will operate south of the stadium under the harrah's name. a city review panel rejected the proposal for a massive parking garages. they are seeking changes in the plans for traffic flow. the two-story facility will have 3700 slot machines. they want to partner with hotels and restaurants including shuttles back
across the globe come here to compete, it's still a place where locals in the know relax and enjoy some rely unique scenery. until next time, get out and play! >> the question when i started 11 years ago when i started doing resolution work is can anything be presented on a really low resolution device where it is potentially a digital image? can anything be presented that way? or will it feel cold and electronic? >> the imagery will change. there will be four different sets. it is a two dimensional image. it is stretched out into three dimensions. the device is part of the experience. you cannot experience the image without the device as being part of what you are seeing. whereas with the tv you end up ignoring it. i make gallery work more self and budget and public art work where i have to drop this of indulgence and think about how people will respond. and one of the things i was interested in the work and also a little fearful of, it is not until you get to the first and second floor were the work is recognizable as an image. it is an exploration and perception is what it is. what a
coverage on your late local news on this fox station, analysis continues on fox news channel on cable and satellite, fox news radio and fox news got comp. i will see you tomorrow. >>> it is math matticly possible. it's been done before. >> it has never been done before. >> it's been done a couple of times actually. >> it has never been done before. >> ronald reagan -- >> the gloves come off in tonight's vice presidential debate. you saw it. things got heated between the vice president and the man who wants his job. good evening. i'm julie haener. >> welcome to a special edition of our news. this was a very different debate compare to the first presidential debate. with congressman paul ryan and job job fighting it out in their first and only debate of the election season. we have live team coverage. rita williams is with bay area republicans. rob rortsdz is with the democrats. we begin with the high and low moments from the debate. >> there were questions about whether joe biden would come out more aggressively after many said president barack obama failed to live up to expectations l
that was the site of a 1951 protest led by black students to persuade their local school board to build them a better school. it also led in part to the landmark civil rights place -- decision, brown vs. board of education. my grandmother and her sisters realized early on that education was important for their survival. their unshakeable persistence and unflinching sacrifice led them to better lives. not only did they had -- have to do with racism but the belief that a woman's place was in the home and in this case on the farm doing the chores like cooking, cleaning, milking the cow and cutting wood. this is the 1930's. you have to cut wood for everything. as i mentioned earlier prince edward county was not interested in educating colored children but my grandmother and her sisters were persistent and found a school in the neighboring county of appomattox which was down the street from the courthouse where general robert e. lee surrendered to general ulysses s. grant that ended the civil war. once they found that school that had the next calabash task of convincing their father they should g
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in state and local campaigns. >> leaders like ellen clark sgt come repeatedly stopping these meetings -- , repeatedly stopping these meetings as a politically active figure. doing everything they could to ground the campaign in domesticity. >> despite their efforts, the link made it tough whenever voters were in the big city. a specialist in francisco. >> the problem with san francisco is that women's suffrage as an idea was associated. >> susan b. anthony joined the provision party. a deadly idea in san francisco. liquor was the foundation of the economy. and >> anything that touched on the possibility of prohibition was greatly and popular. >> the first campaign was a great effort, but not a success. >> the war was not over. less than one decade later, a graphic protests brought new life to the movement. >> women's suffrage, the republican convention in oakland, this time it was the private sector response. 300 marched down the streets of the convention center. women were entitled to be here. >> joining together for another campaign. >> women opened a club in san francisco. it was c
there are ways in which our local criminal justicy system is -- isn't set up to deal and to focus on the most serious5,px crimes. but we don't want to let those serious crimes go, and say they don't relate to the duties of office, just because they're more serious than our local criminal justice system tends to focus onoq%vdú> is it more appropriate to look at it from the perspective that the sheriff oversees violence programs and offenders or that a deputy sheriff or police officer who committed domestic violence in the same circumstances would be treated in x way. i think those are both appropriate considerations. as i said i think both lenses offer helpful information. and i don't think it's a choice really between either or. you have to consider the nature of the misconduct and how it relates to the duties of)rc$xff. and in this particular case frankly the sheriff isn't just like any line deputy, right? the sheriff should be held to a profession would be held to a higher standard than a line deputy. so a line deputy, who might merely be suspended for a particular offense, if some
problems and respond to them. >>> locals are concerned about the noise, the osprey generates. noise levels measured across the prefecture as high as those inside factories. the prefecture asked the central government to assess impact of the ospreys on the local environment. officials think the aircraft could harm quality of life and natural environment. >>> it looks like a large flying insect. but is actually a man made device to make disaster response more effective. and it is being used by a japanese company to reach damaged sites that are hard to reach. and to send back high revolution, resolution video images. >> it takes pictures. it can shoot a video like this. through the work of of aerial company in this prefecture. they photograph disaster areas across japan. >> translator: the unique thing is it can go places where humans cannot, take photos and gather valuable information. >> reporter: four years ago the team made this unmanned aircraft guided by remote control, it flies to locations, takes pictures and returns. at the end of march last year, the aircraft made headlines. it flew
trouble for a local plastic surgeon we profiled as part of a investigation in to bad medicine. doctor ramierez had his licensed revoked for violating standards of care. it came after two patients at the clinic died following lengthy plastic surgery procedures as result of what happened here , the florida board of medicine had to evaluate him because he is licensed there. at a hearing today he was allowed to keep his license but hit with a fine and reprimands. >>> a threat facing the u.s. that could result in a cyber pearl harbor, according to defense secretary leon panetta. he said the nation is increasingly vulnerable to foreign computer hackers, that could freeze the banking system, or shut down power plants. several of the biggest banks were hit by hacker whose kept customers from logging in to accounts. that the tip of the iceberg. >> the cyber attack perpetrated by nation states are violent extremist groups, could be as destructive as the terrorists attack on 9/11. >> he says such an attack could paralyze the nation. >>> no secret that banks are increasing fees to make up for the
@wbal.com. you are watching wbal tv 11. live, local, late breaking. this is 11 news at 6:00. [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> good morning. it is pretty chilly out there. a lot of 40's showing up on our temperature map. 42 at bwi, 40 in parkton. if you think this is cold, it is printed get colder. including tonight. a cold front approaching the area. showers and ohio and western pennsylvania. we may not get the precipitation, but a drop in temperatures. a nice weekend as high pressure moves end. >> the time is 4:57. 42 degrees. coming up, there is definitely more magic left in the tank. >> the orioles crank out a win. highlights and reaction. >> i am george, of new information about the baltimore city fire that killed five, including four shellgren. >> taking amateur morning commute. alright let's break it down. mom, pop it. ♪ two inches apart, becky. two inches. t-minus nine minutes. [ ding ] [ female announcer ] pillsbury cinnamon rolls. let the making begin. ♪ too bad the guys aren't here we're
it only happens to the fighters. >> narrator: locals came out to buy bread from a bakery. in this city of over two million, thousands of people continue to live in what is a battlefield rather than flee to refugee camps in neighboring turkey. one man, who didn't want to reveal his identity, told us why he was risking his life. >> narrator: ghaith saw government aircraft, helicopters, and artillery shelling and bombing indiscriminately. >> we saw a small planflying very low, and it curved low into the area and dropped one bomb, in the corner of a house, far away from where the rebels are. it basically shows you how, you know, how they're missing the rebels but they are actually hitting the civilian targets. >> narrator: a local resident berated the rebel fighter for bringing the battle to his city. >> narrator: that night, an artillery shell destroyed a nearby house. >> i think the bombing is so nerve wracking, you get used to the kaboom, the whoosh and the explosion, there's different kinds of explosions. we get used to them. but then they fall on a house, then they fall on an apartmen
, kentucky. i'll see you on your local fox broadcast station. for the journalist of fox news, thanks for checking in. it's prime time on america's choice for news and information. here comes mr. bill. >> bill: "the o'reilly factor" is on. tonight -- >> so joe, there you go again pointing backwards again. >> bill: four years ago, sarah palin went up against joe biden and many think she won that debate. how did the governor prepare and what are the vice president's weak points? sarah palin will be on "the factor" tonight. >> i've always been a catholic and middle class working person. i had to stand up for my faith. vice president biden, i think he sold out to the system. >> bill: a traditional values group attacking mr. biden and using his catholic faith to do it. is that fair? the culture warriors will analyze. >> the majority of americans are in an ugly mood. >> bill: back in 1994, barak obama promoting the cause of affirmative action. this week the supreme court began another affirmative action case. megyn kelly will report. caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. "the fa
the professional competition. the winner was scottie -- from cbs local media. the proceeds for the amateurs go to a charity of their choosing. and then we moved onto the professional round. we had seven competitors for the title of world champion bellringer, jorge -- cindy -- all vying to top the reigning world champion. the first time in 49 years in the competition that after the first round we had a tie, between leonard oates and an upstart, with a cable car division only 10 years after a ring off, the two of them came back to compete mr. whitaker took the title and the bragging rights to be the world champion bellringer for the next year we are honored to have him here today with his wife. maybe he can give us a display of his award-winning talent. >> mr. whitaker? [applause] >> [ off mic ] [ laughter ] [ off mic ] >> it is an honor and privilege -- [ off mic ]. thank you all. my beautiful wife, she was -- [ off mic ] [bell ringing] [bell ringing] [applause] [applause] >> congratulations on behalf of the board of directors. it was great. did not seem nervous to me. >> you can see
and said, "you have to record the song immediately." i always thought it would be a local song in the area, but the fact that it has become such an international song throughout the world -- everybody loves it, and they love this city. it reminds me of one time when i was playing the fairmont hotel, gorbachev from russia with here and travel throughout the whole united states and in front of the company could tell, i was listening to him speak about san francisco. he said, "i traveled to every city in the united states, and i was disappointed with what i saw. there was not one city that i liked, but as far as i'm concerned, san francisco is so beautiful that i would like to design 15 cities in russia that look like san francisco." [laughter] and he was right. [applause] my wonderful wife, my family is here. i'm thrilled. thank you very much. i must say -- excuse me, i have to mention one thing. i have never seen anything in my life as beautiful as these young people. [applause] you stand so beautiful. [applause] -- you sang so beautiful. [applause] >> it is tony bennett day in san francisc
it ironic today that he is campaigning across the street and a local business that provides a wheelchair accessible vehicles. work with him as legislators to help our seniors, what did he do? services and raised fees. >> that is another change that at these rallies lately. he opposition always has street toross the refute what was just sat on stage. it is not just once started, but circuits and it is names -- is not just one surrogate, but multiple circuits and is always bigger names. >> barack obama will have dinner with the -- >> anybody who watched the , i don't think there is that congressman ryan and i and gov. ronnie and the ent have a fundamentally different vision for mecca and quite frankly a -- for america a differentankly value said. >> he was joined by his wife. >> during last night's debate, hundreds of our viewers checked our instant reaction poll. now you can do so. check it out for itself in the presidential debate on tuesday. wjla.com/react. >> and an agent was found lying a miami-florida intersection. he had trouble standing and alcohol andngly of was slurring his words
is out of control. we need to start at a local level and start supporting our good police department, so they can protect us, our constitutional rights are so important. and this is happening all over the country. our governors, our judges, our prosecutors, our mayors, are all in bed together. they're not protecting our rights. they go to the same resorts and clubs. our system is archaic. this is happening in every part of the country, such as the city that imfrom, south san francisco, and -- mayor, mr. vando with the police department and officer sad aki removed me out of our property illegally destroyed a small community building garden, organic shop, and a florist. we are not going to support this evil government, or your department. enough. we had -- with this that's happening. we are with you, mr. ross. we're going to support you. occupy south san francisco.com. thank you very much. >> president chiu: thanks. next speaker. >> good evening, everyone. my name is ernestin ernestine w. how can it be official misconduct when the man was not officially conducted into the city services. he
by your local nissan dealers. >> reporter: it is week six of the 4 down showdown and right now defense leads the offense 3- 1. representing the defense linebacker ryan kerrigan, representing the offense special teacher and wide receiver brandon banks. you can say your piece because -- special teams and wide receiver brandon banks. you can say your piece because the pressure interest on. >> should be another cakewalk for the defense. >> reporter: the 1st down question, the fastest answer that's right wins. what is the capital of minnesota? no. >> st. paul. >> reporter: st. paul it is. 1-0 defense. no pressure, brandon. 2nd down, the hubert h. humphrey metrodome used to be home to this other pro minnesota team. >> i said it first. >> reporter: cameraman, who do we give it to? we'll give it a tie. 2-1. 3rd down. this is not a nickname for minnesota, a, a land of 10,000 lakes, b, the bread and butter state, c, the north star state or d, they're all names. >> north star state. >> d. >> reporter: no and no. >> bread and butter state. >> reporter: no. >> the north star state? >> reporter
tonight's debate matter? we asked local experts. >> close race, going down to the wire it comes down to a handful of voters and states. >> it's so close. debates do matter. the president had momentum, romney had a lousy week and look at what happened after the debate. >> tonight is the only time they will debate. the president and romney will meet again on tuesday. this time they will talk about foreign policy. >>> when you shop for pet food you see all sorts of eye catching claim that make you want to pick one product or another. what do terms like all natural or premium mean and how do you know what's really best for your best friend? brian brings you the scoop to make sure you get what you paid for. >> reporter: elana tried ten different dog foods for her dog happy. she researched ingredients to find weekend that didn't upset him. >> it was very frustrating. >> reporter: when it comes to pet food the fda and u.s.d.a. regulate certain terms but not all are regulated or even clearly defined. >> a lot of buzz words out there right now that pet food companies putting on the labels
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-friendly development; the cumulative density impact to the local infrastructure and safety concerns as a cyclist. i am recently married a couple of weeks ago, and planning to raise a family in this beautiful city; i was surprised to see that the two-bedroom units planning here for 2175 market are only 750 or less feet. out find it strained to raise a family in such a place. the result is having singles or families with children. second i ride my bike to work and my wife takes public transportation the state; i'm tentative to pull out of the garage on 15th as cars race across the street to make the 14 second light. ultimately, the more dangerous situation for cyclists as myself navigating the traffic. in summary i suggest reducing the height of the traffic to four stories, expanding the two-bedroom units to 1,000 sq. ft. and adding three bedroom units and keep existing curb cuts. thank you for your time. >> thank you. >> thank you. my name is sarah vaness, i live in the same building as nathan, next to the walgreens exit. we are thrilled about the project, at huge improvement to the neighborhood;
of alaska, they were rescued by locals. >> there is a lot of coastline in alaska where there are not a lot of people, so they were lucky they were found. >> reporter: at the alaska sea center, they were nursed back to health with bottle feeding and love, around the clock feeding. with their wild whiskers, they have become youtube sensations, and are about to bring their charm to a whole new audience. >> reporter: today, they were admitted to the new york aquarium. >> it is very rare that this calf would even be here for us to take in. there is only 250,000 walruses left in the wild. >> reporter: after a month in quarantine, he will meet his two new female roommates, one 7 years ol, and one, 30 years old, old in walrus years. they speculate could they be a love match and produce babies? though it would be a may-december romance, to be sure. other chapters to be written in this against-the-odds survival story. chris jansing, nbc news, new york . >> that is our broadcast on thursday night, thank you for joining us >> a reminder, we're live for the coverage of the vp debate, 6, and 9, i'm bria
the expression of art. they help local art groups. and they help with government funding. that's a source i'd like to get back to later because i think it's a self-diluted position that they cannot try to find funding for their needs outside of government sources. the library does it, rec and park does it. it's an issue that is done very successfully by other organizations in government and it's something that i think holds back the growth and development of the programs in the community, and something that really needs to be attended to. more about that later. specifically, they have -- the arts commission have some very important rules and responsibilities. amongst them are approving the design of all public buildings, approving the purchase or acceptance of all new city art, accepting the responsibility for maintaining and keeping an inventory of all of the art that the city owns, and promoting neighborhood arts in the various communities. and i'm sure the board of supervisors is somewhat familiar with the arts commission, since it apropose operates funds for the arts commission to funct
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local communities that are being served by these cultural centers to develop action plans for the funding of them, both long and short-term, for the operational stability of those organizations, so that they can actually function according to the demands of the charter and for the needs of the community, and to provide safety around those buildings so that there is a good feeling that people can come and participate. and i might just hypothetically state that there were two violent crimes committed in the bayview area. and when police chief found about that through our report he indicated that he would provide accommodations to increase the safety. and we really appreciate that response. it's important for the continued operation of the cultural centers that longer term or long-term leases be arranged for the tenants in those centers. right now, they are very short-term. they tend to be a year. and it's very difficult for the tenants, that receive grants, to operate for a year from the city, and from the arts commission, to go about developing adequate funding, because the
a local motion. >> speedy because we know he is still the basis. >> i have my clappers, horns, and my ear rings. >> these are my playoff pans that i have 01. >> green is for the money, gold is for the hundred. >> they are in the sixth inning and they are down by two points. there is definitely still some hope out here in oakland. >> there is a lot of holes still just they would kron 4 tonight will have continuing coverage of the game. >> following the murder of a bay area teacher we do have to people that were arrested who may be connected to the murder. >> a crashed with a school bus shows how it ended up on its side. >> there are new street lights up and the city- state's that this will not only save the city money but it will make this area of the city safer. >> members of the community is holding a town house meeting. the most recent death of mario killed in front of his home. residents in vallejo are still upset about officer involved shooting. mario was 23 years old and he died september 22nd when an officer rolled up on him on the 100 block of pepper drive. they stated that he step
to date, but we are running with just over 60 percent all local. now, the break-down is there, they are still trending in the same patterns with the 21 percent of the labor force that has reported coming from san francisco and the area that you know, east, the big contributor. >> and there is the break-down for the last month through the end of september, the entire break-down of where the crafts that are currently working on the project. we have about, we ran some numbers from payroll reports in september, we are run about 215 craft people and that averages between 210 and 215 and that is counting all of the shifts that is the head count typically during the days and i would be happy to answer any questions. >> are there any questions from the board members? >> seeing, none, thank you very much. >> thank you, directors. that concludes my report. >> great. so, at this time we will move on to item number six which is general public comment. are there any of the members of the public that would like to address the board? >> we have not received any indication that a member of th
an alternative to driving could have huge benefits for the local and global environment, we're dieted that mel knee muter, the director of the san francisco department of the environment is here with us in our opening of public beta in san francisco. >> good morning, everyone, it is an honor to be here for scoot's public announcement. this really does have great promise for helping to reduce carbon emissions in the city and county of san francisco. as some of you may know, about 40% of our carbon emissions in the city come from cars and trucks so we need to find alternatives for getting people out of their fossil fuel powered cars, this is going to be a great option for residences and businesses in san francisco to find an al -- an tern t*if, we're rolling out the electric vehicle infrastructure for cars so this is another electric vehicle option that we're happy to support. we also implement the commuter benefits program and help employers provide options to their employees for getting out of their cars, we're happy to add scoot and electric plug in scooters for people to community in the ci
requires local talent. that is the way you can grow because you cannot go into germany and not have germans to it. so you are specific direction requires us to increase our presence in the local market. so this last quarter we've included people on site so we can recruit on site and integrate local communities to increase our abilities on site. so for that includes in the local markets is very much in line with our direction. >> and you mentioned wage costs. we're running 6% in india. so is it your expectation that wage costs will keep running at the current rate in terms of the pace of which they're going up or will it be pressure for them to go even higher? >> unemployment 3.5%, so there is still demand for people in the industry. and the compensation actually -- s the demand for people continues, there will be pressure on the compensation. >> all right. thank you so much for joining us, ceo and md of infosys joining us first here on cnbc. >>> and coming up after the break, we'll talk about japan's soft bank. it is in advanced talks to buy majority stake in sprint nextel. then don't miss
. >> tonight, jimmy welcomes selma high yak. that's "late night with jimmy fallon" on your local nbc station. let's go to entertainment news. here is what you can expect. ben affleck stars in "argo" about an iran hostage crisis. the family comedy, "here comes the boom" stars kevin james. it is tracking in the $10 million to $15 million range. the supernatural horror pick starring ethan hawk. now here is a list you don't want to end up on, california's tax boards. celine dionne and steven segal owe the most in unpaid taxes. segal owes nearly $350,000. >>> finally, music talent must run in the family. this is my favorite. according to ancestry.com justin bieber is a distant cousin of ry ry ryan gosling. this dates back to the earliest settlers. i would love to be a part of that. if there's an extra seat at the table. >> i'm lynn berry, this is "first look" on msnbc. be sure to stay tuned. way too early with willie geist starts right now. >>> only way you can find $5 trillion in loopholes is cut the mortgage deduction for middle class people, cut the health care deduction, take away their abili
the latter. take 500 people to vegas -- although it would be very good for their local economy. >> my friends and family have never been. it would an opportunity for them to experience vegas. >> as this is coming to a close do you feel like you've changed, you've grown up, evolved since the show started? >> yeah. i definitely think we all have grown up. because of the show, jenny is now engaged. she found her future husband. >> what is cool, we can actually watch ourselves and learn from any mistakes or highest points we had. we kind of grow up together. >> any regrets? most people who learn something regret something in the process, any regrets? >> i do. i was wild. i was wild child. i feel like i grew as a person. i watched myself and i forgot to wear underwear to the club, who does that? now i won't do that. i feel like i've grown as a person and this show helped me do that. >> you look so much slimmer. i'm looking at you in person. you dropped a lot of weight, right? >> i think i more lost inches, too, from working out. i lost about maybe 15, but i really don't weigh myself. >> did you wa
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shia-suni area. more than 30 people were killed and more than 100 were wounded. this locale is the historic center of baghdad book selling, a winding street filled with bookstores and outdoor book stalls. named after the famous 10th century classic poet, al-mutanabbi, this is an old and established street for book selling and has been for hundreds of years. mutanabbi street also holds cafes, stationary shops, and even tea and tobacco shops. it has been the heart and soul of the baghdad literary and intellectual community. this tragedy is part of a wider and continuing tragedy, but one that we want to isolate and address, not only for the loss of lives but also for the implications underlying the destruction of a street where books were sold. book selling on mutanabbi street is no different from book selling here. we traffic in memory, ideas and dreams. in that sense, we feel that mutanabbi street starts at the front door of all of our book shops. mutanabbi street starts here. our first reader will be sinan anton. >> when i was torn by war, i took a brush immersed in death, a
now it happens on a complaint-driven basis an at the discretion of the local stations. if we want to do something that has a big impact, we need to do something that is very public, that is coherent, that looks like -- we actually create a memo every year where we think bicycle infractions ought to be enforced. i think it should be paired with the carrot. so the stick and the carrot are both sort of right there in people's consciousness. i will say -- i've heard from people that new bicyclists out on the road are seeing this bad behavior and mimicking it. the research from davis, new bicyclists say their number one and two fears are cars and other bicyclists. so when new bicyclists see other people behaving badly, they don't mimic the behavior. they stop bicycling. it is important we go about it in a conscious way. what we've been doing to date hasn't been as effective as we would like. we need something more thoughtful that has the carrot and the stick. in a public way & intentional weigh so we can explain what we're doing and why. i think we have the data to do that. >> so on th
allies all share the same local infrastructure. we all share a deep responsibility to protect it. we are deepening cooperation with our closest allies with the goal of sharing that information, that a mighty cheer capabilities, and determining malicious activities -- maximizing sheered capabilities and determining militias activities. we have made cyber a major topic of discussion in all about our bilateral meetings with foreign counterparts. -- all of our bilateral meetings with foreign counterparts. as i mentioned earlier, china is rapidly growing its cyber capabilities. in my visit to beijing, i under scored the need to increase communication and transparency with each other so that we could avoid a misunderstanding or a miss calculation in cyberspace. -- miscalculation in cyberspace. this is in the interest of the united states and china. no one has a greater interest in ciba security than the businesses that depend -- in cyber security than the businesses that depend on a safe and secure global infrastructure, particularly those who operate the critical network that we must help
clearing everywhere except the local mountains. 57 degrees. it is still cold in novado. it is cooler here in san jose than san francisco. we are at 61 degrees. now as we head through the day today, finally getting rid of the area of low pressure that has brought the rain just about every single day this week. it is also what contributed to the thunderstorms that we had through gilroy producing almost golf ball-sized hail. the cold front will come through and reinforce the cool air in place. it will dry us out. we are done with the showers between 1:00 and 5:00 tonight. we stop the clock. getting a lot of sunshine over the greater bay area. the mountains will hold on to the cloud cover. highs today work out like this. 70 degrees in livermore. 68 in gilroy. if you can get out to campbell this weekend. octoberfest. temperatures creeping up by almost 10 degrees. as we head through the next couple of days, changes on the way. 79 degrees on saturday. 81 degrees on sunday. we will warm up throughout the remainder of the extended period. by wednesday, close to 90 degrees. you don't have to put aw
on this. chris wall has joins me now the anchor for fox news sunday on your local fox station. we were listening in there, chris, because we expected the vice president would talk about the comments laugh night in libya which have gotten a great deal of attention. it was the lead question at the white house briefing today and it could be the lead question again on monday is it your sense the vice president who address this again or leave and it move on? >>chris: it is a per exception on the part of the campaign whether his talking about it adds fuels to the fire or did they need to put out this fire. the main point that the people are talking about is when he said, we didn't know about these warnings about a security before the attack on the anniversary of 9/11. what the white house is saying now is what he was saying "we," means he and the president. it is conceivable they didn't know, this did not rise to that level. saying "we" and meaning yourself and your secretary in your office, that is a closed way of discussing your responsibility when you are the president or vice president o
for the community. we're proud of the fact that we're going to raise 1 million for local charities as well. >> the first prize is huge. >> the first prize is $25,000 for the winning male and 25,000 for the female. one of our kenyans, that is a lot of money in their country. >> that's great. >> you have orange poking through but you are encouraging them to do something tomorrow in light of everything going on. >> it is a crazy, crazy magical time of the year with the orioles and ravens and cowboys. we're encouraging our runners to run in orange or purple. everyone gets that baltimore flavor here in town. >> we're going to setons of people here. when does it start. >> it starts at 8:00 with our marathon right outside of the pub. stay there from the orioles game. they will not close up. and have a good time out there. celebrate the win and come out and cheer on the marathoners if they go on the course. >> awesome, thank you as always. you are good to us. 27,000 runners, they expect it will be huge. we will be here tomorrow. and cover it as well and we'll have more on the baltimore running f
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